|Oct 1 2016||
Historic City Hall goes pink in October as a reminder for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
October is usually a month associated with orange and black. However, this weekend the city will focus its attention on the color pink to let every woman know it’s time to do something to fight a killer. Beginning October 1st, the Historic City Hall Clock Tower at Sixth and Jefferson will glow pink as a reminder that October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.
|Sep 22 2016||
Councilman Tandy announces “2nd Annual Louisville Metro Diverse Business Fair” returns to aid minority and women owned businesses
Councilman David Tandy (D-4) announces the return of an important opportunity for small businesses in the Metro Louisville area when the 2nd Annual Louisville Metro Diverse Business Fair gets under way on Tuesday, October 25th.
|Sep 22 2016||
Metro Council approves rental registry ordinance for rental properties in Metro Louisville
By a vote of 17 to 4, the Louisville Metro Council on Thursday approved an ordinance which will create a rental registry of all rental properties in Metro Louisville. The goal of the ordinance is to be proactive in improving quality of life issues in Metro Louisville.
|Jul 1 2016||
The Minimum Wage in Louisville Metro is $8.25 an Hour
On July 1st, the minimum wage in Louisville Metro jumped to $8.25, up fifty cents, as a result of action taken by the Metro Council to eventually raise the rate to $9.00 an hour by July 1st, 2017.
|Jun 23 2016||
Metro Council approves FY 2016 – 2017 Capital and Operating Budgets
By a unanimous vote, the Louisville Metro Council has approved the Fiscal Year 2016- 2017 Capital and Operating Budgets of $822 million for Metro Government.
|Jun 5 2016||
Metro Council Members on the passing of Muhammad Ali
Several Members of the Louisville Metro Council on the passing of Muhammad Ali
|May 17 2016||
Councilwoman Vicki Aubrey Welch is proud to present a great weekend of music at Forest Fest 2016
In the beautiful setting of the Jefferson Memorial Forest, Councilwoman Vicki Aubrey Welch (D-13) is once again hosting what has become a great spring tradition with Forest Fest 2016 on Saturday, May 21st.
|Mar 10 2016||
Metro Council and KentuckyOne Health kick off new Horses and Hope Mobile Cancer Screening Program
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|Mar 9 2016||
New Mobile Cancer Screening Program Kicks Off Thursday, March 10, 2016
New Mobile Cancer Screening Program Kicks Off
Event: Metro Council and KentuckyOne Health to Unveil New Horses and Hope Mobile Cancer Screening Unit
Where: 6th Street and Jefferson (Between Metro Hall and City Hall)
When: Thursday, March 10, 2016 at 3:30 p.m.
|Feb 24 2016||
Metro Council to honor Outstanding Community Leaders at 14th Annual Black History Month program
On Thursday, February 25th the Metro Council’s Community Affairs and Housing Committee will hold a special meeting to honor outstanding residents and volunteers as part of its 14th Annual Black History Month Program.
|Jan 30 2016||
Metro Council Members issue statements on the passing of Senator Georgia Powers
Several members of the Louisville Metro Council have issued statements upon the passing of Senator Georgia Powers on Saturday.
|Dec 22 2015||
President Tandy applauds Shelby Park’s effort to remember history with new marker honoring Louisville’s Streetcar Line
President David Tandy (D-4) applauds the Shelby Park Neighborhood Association as the Kentucky Historical Society unveiled a new historical marker commemorating the city’s Shelby Street Streetcar Line.
|Dec 7 2015||
Help Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus Collect Toys for Local Children at City Hall
|Nov 2 2015||
President Tandy sees Dixie Highway Grant as a significant part of improving the Urban Core of Metro Louisville’s infrastructure
Metro Council President David Tandy (D-4) joined other Metro Council members, Congressman John Yarmuth, Governor Steve Beshear, Mayor Greg Fischer and members of Jefferson County’s Legislative Delegation on Monday to praise the announcement that Metro Louisville will receive a $16.9 million TIGER Grant for the Dixie Highway Master Plan.
|Oct 8 2015||
Historic City Hall serves as an October reminder for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
The Louisville Skyline now has an additional color to serve as an important reminder for women during this month. The Historic City Hall Clock Tower at Sixth and Jefferson is now showing pink as a reminder that October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.